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Floyd Zion Is Holding Out Hope For A Better Tomorrow On “Sabrina”

The Houston native seamlessly blends the psychedelic with modern R&B and hip-hop to bring you one-of-a-kind music.

With an unparalleled stage presence that leaves audiences spellbound, Floyd Zion has captured the hearts and imagination of listeners everywhere. Drawing influences from extremely diverse pockets of culture,

Zion’s music defies the definable, skillfully blending elements of alternative trap and rock to create his unique sound. A multi-talented creative powerhouse, Zion’s unique, attention-grabbing aesthetic has also seen him becoming a highly sought-after model for top brands in the fashion and entertainment industry.

Zion has been steadily building his musical legacy in a whirlwind journey from the slow-paced, hypnotic vibes of Houston, Texas, to the fast and furious pace of Los Angeles. Having already headlined some of LA’s most legendary,ry breakout venues, including the iconic Peppermint Club and Whiskey-A-Go-Go. At the core of Zion’s music lies an unmistakable homage to the rock gods that came before him, which shows in his shows. His electrifying performances embody the spirit of a true rockstar, and as he continues to captivate listeners wherever he goes, the sky is the limit for this talented artist.

“Sabrina,” the latest result of Zion’s musical musings, is a psychedelic R&B and hip-hop masterpiece that delves deep into the human experience, turning what should be mundane into something entertaining. Floyd Zion’s emotional and heartfelt vocals and adlibs meld with mellow yet psychedelic instrumentals that open with a groovy, washed guitar riff to create a sunny and hazy entertaining musical adventure. Dropping lines like the oft-repeated “And I hope it gets better, sometimes,” Floyd lays bare his desire for a brighter future. If he continues his current trajectory, his future will undoubtedly be bright.

Floyd Zion’s infectious energy, captivating stage presence, and unparalleled talent are taking the world by storm, making him a prime contender for icon status. Whenever you’re ready to channel some delicious, psychedelic goodness, tap in and stream Zion’s “Sabrina,” available later this month.

Welcome to BuzzMusic, Floyd Zion! We loved “Sabrina,” we had to ask! What was the inspiration behind this song? Could you take us through your creative process?

My inspiration was violence. I created this record accidentally by layering one instrument over the other, starting with the bass and adding some drums, then the guitar, and then the vocals. It was very organic in how I created it, and it was a step-by-step process that became intentional as the track went on.

What is your favorite thing about making music? Are there any skills or lessons you learned while modelling that help you with music?

Um, my favorite thing about making music is the fact that you take a clean slate and you birth an idea that was once in your head or your heart, and you bring it to life, but then even further than that, you give it back to the world, for everybody to judge and hear, and be a part of it.

How did your musical journey begin? Do you have a favorite musical memory you’d like to share?

My music journey began in 09 when I watched Paramore perform live at the MTV Awards. Josh Farro broke out and did a solo for Misery Business, and at that moment, I said I got to do that, and the rest is history!

How would you describe your music to someone who hasn’t heard it before?

I usually describe my music as psychedelic alternative indie rock. Still, my music is just an experience, an expression, and an extension of myself. It’s just different to sum it up.

What’s next for Floyd Zion? Do you have any new music dropping soon, and is there anything you’d like to say to your fans?

What’s next for me is my IEP dropping on July 18 and followed by a show that’s going to be on the 25th of July! And more music this year.


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